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5 Things to Know About Myanmar IP Protection in 2017

Issued: August 31 2017

As Myanmar continues to modernize its legal system, revisions to the country’s outdated IP laws continue to lag. Say Sujintaya and Chadd Concepcion explain why rights owners should act now to protect their IP, rather than waiting.

 

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